Monday, May 14, 2007

Evolution and Presidential candidates, part 2

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

Stop the
Murder of

“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

On my last post, I quoted an Encarta ® article as declaring: “The wings of birds, bats, and insects, for example, have different embryological origins but are all designed for flight.” (Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2007 [DVD]. Redmond, Wa: Microsoft, Corporation, 2006.) I also wrote: “Obviously, this is just a statement made by evolutionists that certainly does not prove that all living organisms share a common ancestor. However, this is what I find interesting. The use of the word “designed.” The question must be asked: DESIGNED BY WHO? Just as anything created must have a creator. Doesn’t anything designed also need a designer? How was a car, a boat, an airplane, a house, a prison, a castle, a “wing designed for flight” designed if there was no designer!!!

Here is every definition given by Encarta ® Dictionary for the word “design”:
“de·sign [di zn]
verb (past and past participle de·signed, present participle de·sign·ing, 3rd person present singular de·signs)
1. transitive and intransitive verb create detailed plan of something: to make a detailed plan of the form or structure of something, emphasizing features such as its appearance, convenience, and efficient functioning
● a well-designed car interior
2. transitive and intransitive verb plan and make something: to plan and make something in a skillful or artistic way
3. transitive verb intend something for particular use: to intend something for a particular purpose
● The scholarship was designed to aid foreign students.
4. transitive verb invent something: to contrive, devise, or plan something” (Microsoft® Encarta® 2007. © 1993-2006 Microsoft Corporation.)

There they are. Every definition in Encarta ® Dictionary for “design.” Note each of the definitions: 1) “Create detailed plan” 2) “plan and make something” 3)”intend something for particular use” 4) “invent something” Now, I ask you. Do any of these four definitions make allowance for chance! The ANSWER, of course, is NO! Every definition requires some brainpower. Yet, evolution does not allow for any brain power and therefore it does not allow for any design. So, how can Encarta ® claim ““The wings of birds, bats, and insects, for example, have different embryological origins but are all designed for flight.”

Why do the Encarta ® article and the Encarta ® Dictionary contradict themselves? The answer of course is that they don’t as far as design is concerned because there is design in all creation! Design done by a designer! Design done by a creator! Design done by GOD the CREATOR of all things!!!


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